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William Wollaston

William Wollaston was a school teacher, Church of England priest, scholar of Latin, Greek, and Hebrew, theologian, and a major Enlightenment era English philosopher. He is remembered today for one book, which he completed two years before his death: The Religion of Nature Delineated. He led a cloistered life, but in terms of eighteenth-century philosophy and the concept of natural religion, he is ranked with British Enlightenment philosophers such as Locke,... Read More

Born26 March 1659
Coton-Clanford, Staffordshire
Died29 October 1724 (aged 65)
Era18th-century philosophy


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